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On this blog you I am going to share my world with you. What can you expect to find here -- First of all lots of sexy men, off all shapes and types, something for everyone, as I can find beauty in most men. You are going to find that I have a special fondness for Vintage Beefcake and Porn of the 60's, 70's, and 80's. Also, I love the average guy, and if you want to see yourself on here, just let me know. Be as daring as you like, as long as you are of age, let me help you share it with the world! Also, you are going to find many of my points of views, on pop culture, politics and our changing world. Look to see posts about pop culture, politics, entertainment, sex, etc. There is not any subject that I find as something I won't discuss or offer my point of view. Most of all, I hope you are going to enjoy what I post. ENJOY!
Friday, February 19, 2016
Sometimes, a wank during work can get you through the rest of the day.
Yesterday, I was supposed to have lunch with my fraternity brother.
Unfortunately, he had to cancel on me last minute. Double unfortunately, I was ill-prepared with a lunch. TRIPLE unfortunately, when I got word, I was already on the way to the venue for lunch.
SO, instead of go there by myself, I hung a right instead of a left, and went home. But instead of just eating and going back to work, I - bitch you guessed it - fapped and then ate. Just like with cooking bacon naked, I didn't want anything to get where it shouldn't. Not only that, but wanking on a full stomach feels weird. You start cumming, and next thing you know, you're throwing up - too much sensation.
I also know my brain (and my dick) works best under pressure, so the 60-minute time-cap was welcome.
Something besides porn is there to occupy my mind. However, instead of a 10-minute time cap to fap, this time I used a 45-minute time cap to cook, eat, fap, and hide the evidence.
I may have been able to hide the evidence of the fap, but not of the boiled eggs - protein farts galore.
But I'm learning to occupy my mind without using porn.
From: Boy Culture
|This cat was quite a swinger|
One of many "Tarzan"s on this list (and the tenth man to play him in the movies), Barker made for an exceptionally Nordic jungle man—forget about swinging on vines, you could ski down those cheekbones! Born wealthy, he looked it, even in nothing but a loincloth. Unfortunately, his memory is somewhat tarnished by allegations that he molested Lana Turner's daughter (yes, that one), and by the fact that he died young.
"Tarzan" movies (1949—1953), Thunder Over the Plains (1953), Killers of the East (1954), Black Devils of Kali (1954), The Yellow Mountain (1954), The Man from Bitter Ridge (1955), Duel on the Mississippi (1955), The Price of Fear (1956), The Price of Fear (1956), War Drums (1957), The Girl in the Kremlin (1957), Jungle Heat (1957), The Deerslayer (1957), The Girl in Black Stockings (1957), Female Fiends (1958), Captain Falcon (1958), Mission in Morocco (1959), Son of the Red Corsair (1959), The Pirate and the Slave Girl (1959), Terror of the Red Mask (1960), La Dolce Vita (1960), Il cavaliere dai cento volti (1960), Pirates of the Coast (1960), Robin Hood and the Pirates (1960), The Secret of the Black Falcon (1961), Scarlet Eye (1963)
Fame, wealth and good looks? It's not fair.
They say the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, and in Hollywood those are some pretty gorgeous apples.
Let's take a look at a dozen celebrity sons who are following in their parent’s footsteps.
Zach is the son of model Cheryl Tiegs and the grandson of actor Gregory Peck. With his looks and poise, he could easily make a smash in either field.
From: Gaily Grind
It’s time for another delicious serving of naked Instagram hunks who are not afraid to show us their bootylicious backsides.
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Andrew Scott (born 21 October 1976) is an Irish film, television, and stage actor. He is best known for his role as Jim Moriarty in the BBC series Sherlock, alongside featuring in the 2015 James Bond film Spectre, as Max Denbigh. Scott is also lauded for his extensive stage work at various theaters.
Scott has received various awards including two Laurence Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre for his roles in A Girl in a Car with a Man at the Royal Court Theatre, along with his role in Cock, also at the Royal Court. He has also won two IFTA awards for his roles in the films Dead Bodies and The Stag, a British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Sherlock, a BIFA Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Pride, and two BBC Audio Drama Awards for his radio work.
Author Nelle Harper Lee, who won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1961 for her book, "To Kill a Mockingbird," passed away in her sleep Friday morning at the age of 89, her family has confirmed.
"This is a sad day for our family. America and the world knew Harper Lee as one of the last century's most beloved authors," Hank Conner, Lee's nephew and a spokesman for the family, said in a statement Friday morning.
"We knew her as Nelle Harper Lee, a loving member of our family, a devoted friend to the many good people who touched her life, and a generous soul in our community and our state. We will miss her dearly."
Conner's statement indicated that "Ms. Lee passed away in her sleep early this morning. Her passing was unexpected. She remained in good basic health until her passing."
Services for Lee have not been announced, but Conner said the funeral will be private as per her request.
Lee was born April 28, 1926, in Monroeville, the youngest of four children of lawyer Amasa Coleman Lee and Frances Cunningham Finch Lee.
As a child, Lee attended elementary school and high school just a few blocks from her house on Alabama Avenue. In a March 1964 interview, she offered this capsule view of her childhood: "I was born in a little town called Monroeville, Alabama, on April 28, 1926. I went to school in the local grammar school, went to high school there, and then went to the University of Alabama. That's about it, as far as education goes."
She moved to New York in 1949, where she worked as an airlines reservations clerk while pursuing a writing career. Eight years later, Lee submitted her manuscript for "To Kill a Mockingbird" to J.B. Lippincott & Co., which asked her to rewrite it.
On July 11, 1960, "To Kill a Mockingbird" was published by Lippincott with critical and commercial success. The author won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction the following year.
Lee's novel tells the story of small-town lawyer Atticus Finch of Maycomb, Ala.—based on Monroeville — and his children, Scout and Jem. Told from Scout's point of view, the book reflects the innocence of children growing up in the early 1930s. It also depicts the various social classes that existed then, and brings the undercurrents of racism to light.
More than a half-century after its publication, the novel continues to be studied by high school and college students. It has sold more than 30 million copies—still selling nearly a million copies per year by the 50th anniversary of its publication in 2010, according to Publishers Weekly--and has been translated into more than 40 languages.
The film adaptation of the novel, with Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch and Mary Badham as Scout, opened on Christmas Day of 1962 and was an instant hit. It was nominated for eight Academy Awards and won four, including Best Actor for Peck and Best Screenplay for Horton Foote, who wrote the screenplay for the movie based on the book. Lee became close friends with both of them.
The novel also inspired a generation of lawyers with its portrayal of the gentle, wise Atticus Finch, who defends a black man, Tom Robinson, falsely accused of raping Mayella Ewell, a white woman. Meanwhile, the Finches' strange neighbor, Boo Radley, who strikes fear in Scout's and Jem's hearts, turns out not to be the monster the children expect him to be.
Though Lee denied that the novel was autobiographical, many parallels exist between "To Kill a Mockingbird" and Lee's own childhood. Her father was also a lawyer who owned the town newspaper. Comparisons have been made between Lee and Scout, the 9-year-old tomboy protagonist, especially in her friendship with Dill, a character widely considered to have been based on Lee's own childhood friend, Truman Capote.
When he was a child, the author of "In Cold Blood" often stayed with his cousins, who lived next door to the Lees. Capote and Lee collaborated on the early stages of his novel and remained lifelong friends.
The interior of the Monroe County Courthouse was reconstructed on a movie set in Hollywood for the film's pivotal courtroom scenes, and local actors bring the book to life each spring at the courthouse itself, where they stage "To Kill a Mockingbird" to sellout crowds.
The press-averse author was thrust into the public eye in February 2015, when her publisher, HarperCollins, announced the upcoming release of "Go Set a Watchman," Lee's second and final full-length published work.
The announcement almost immediately sparked rumors that Lee – who had long said she would never publish another novel – had been taken advantage of by her attorney, Tonja Carter.
In February 2015, the Alabama Department of Human Resources met with Lee at Meadows of Monroeville, the southern Alabama assisted living facility where she resided, and concluded that she was mentally competent to handle her affairs, but rumors persisted that she was not lucid enough to sign off on business decisions.
A guardedly private individual, Lee was respected and protected by residents of the town that displays Mockingbird-themed murals and each year stages theatrical productions of "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Lee returned to Monroeville for good once her beloved sister Alice became ill and needed help. She'd eat breakfast each morning at the same fast-food place, and could later be seen picking up Alice from the law firm founded by their father, which currently employs Carter.
Since she stopped granting interviews in 1964, Harper Lee has been fiercely protected by Monroeville residents. In addition to maintaining an apartment in New York City, Lee lived in her hometown with her sister, Alice Finch Lee, who is 15 years older and practiced law until she was 100 years old.
In recent years, Harper Lee had experienced declining health after a stroke left her partially paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair. She also had lost 95 percent of her vision, according to a 2011 interview with Alice Lee in the Press-Register.
From: USA Today
George Gaynes, best known to TV viewers as the foster father to Soleil Moon Frye's Punky Brewster and her dog Brandon, has died at 98.
Gaynes was born George Jongejans in Helsinki in 1917 to a Russian artist mother and Dutch businessman father. He was raised in France, England and Switzerland and studied opera in Italy before World War II and a brief internment in Spain derailed his schooling. He spent the rest of the war serving in the Royal Dutch Navy.
At the war's end, he headed to America, where he performed with the New York City Opera, as well as Broadway, where he joined the cast of 1950's Out of This World.
1953 was a momentous year for him. He was cast in Leonard Bernstein's Wonderful Town, changed his last name to Gaynes and married actress Allyn Ann McLerie, with whom he spent the rest of his life. They had a daughter, Iya, and a son, Matthew, a world-class kayaker who missed out on the Olympics due to the 1980 boycott. He died in a 1989 car accident in India.
The majority of Gaynes' career was spent in on the small screen, where he eked out a living doing TV movies and guest roles on shows like Columbo, Hawaii Five-0, Quincy, M.E. and the soap opera General Hospital. Viewers recognized him but could never quite name him, making Gaynes the "Hey, It's That Guy" of his time.
The perpetual TV character actor's star rose with two films, 1982's Toostie and the Police Academy series, which spanned seven movies. (He also played a supporting role in 1973's The Way We Were.)
Then finally, 1984, at the age of 64, he graduated from character actor to leading man when he was cast as Chicago building manager-turned-foster dad Henry Warnimont. But it came at a cost: In an interview that year, he told the New York Times, "The two things an actor dreads most are children and dogs. I have both in this series."
He played the role for four seasons, as well as in a short-lived animated spinoff. He would also find steady gigs on CBS' Hearts Afire and NBC's The Days of Nights of Molly Dodd, which allowed him to work alongside his wife.
Gaynes called it a career after 2003 Ashton Kutcher film Just Married. He spent several years of his retirement in Santa Barbara, Calif., before moving to Washington State to live with his daughter's family.
Soleil Moon Frye, his TV daughter, remembered Gaynes on Twitter Wednesday.
The universe just gained a gigantic star. You will be in my heart and soul always & forever.Your little PunkyRIP George Gaynes
— soleil moon frye (@moonfrye) February 17, 2016
From: Speed o Rex
Each Summer Olympics year is a watershed year for swim fans, and 2016 promises to be no different. Will the USA continue its dominance in this sport beyond the Phelps and Lochte era, or will other nations show their muscle? We can't wait to see.
... plus medley relay breaststroke specialist, Giacomo Perez-Dortona of France. Watch for him as the drama unfolds.
Date of Birth: November 11, 1989 (Scorpio)
Hometown: La Seyne-sur-Mer, France
Height/Weight: 6'0"/181 lbs
--- 2015 World Championships bronze medalist, 4x100 medley relay
--- 2014 European Championships silver medalist, 4x100 medley relay
--- 2013 World Championships gold medalist, 4x100 medley relay
From: Boy Culture
THR has released images of all the Best Song Oscar nominees posing together—Diane Warren, Lady Gaga, David Lang, Jimmy Naples, Stephan Moccio, J. Ralph and Sam Smith.
Smith doesn't sound too pressed about being up against Gaga for an Oscar:
I'm the biggest Gaga fan there is. I queued up for her shows when I was 17!
In the accompanying article Warren and Gaga—considered the front-runners to win, trade compliments over their collaborative effort, Til It Happens to You from The Hunting Ground.
Gandy is one of Britain's most in-demand models right now, and lives up to our expectations for all Brits by having an uncut cock! Check out some full frontal naked pics of David Gandy, as well as some more shots of his amazing ass.
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From: Tomass Hawkke's Naked Nature
|Winter has been up to mischief as a surprisingly warm rain has melted most of the snow. Best not to say too much, I think, and just enjoy the moment.|